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  1. Anonymous


    When do I use Unless?

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    When you deal with special cases.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Francois
    When you deal with special cases.

    Francois is right.

    Unless=except on the condition that; except under the circumstances that.

    I won't marry you unless you buy my parents a 4-story house in downtown Taipei.

    Preposition: (from
    =except possibly.
    Example: There is no cure for his illness, unless an operation.

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